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The U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre brings together the best research and practical experience to minimise the impact of corruption. Complex problems require careful answers. Our anti-corruption experts analyse corruption risks and methods that can safeguard development outcomes.

Current projects

Completed projects

Dec 2017 - Feb 2018

[CoAR: Strategy development ]

Nov 2011 - Oct 2014

REDD Integrity

Jun 2011 - Jan 2013

Democracy and corruption

Jan 2008 - Sep 2008

Anti-Corruption Course Module

Mar 2007 - Jul 2007

Study on corruption in Serbia

Inge Amundsen

Senior Researcher

Maria Helena Meyer Dolve

Research assistant

Kendra Dupuy


Fredrik Eriksson

Senior Program Adviser (U4)

Monica Kirya

Senior Program Advisor (U4)

Saul Mullard

Senior Program Advisor (U4)

Aslak Jangård Orre

Senior Researcher

Jessica Leigh Schultz

Senior Program Advisor (U4)

Sofie Arjon Schütte

Senior Program Advisor (U4)

Arne Strand

Deputy Director, Research Director, U4 Director

David Aled Williams

Senior Program Advisor (U4)

Finding What Works in Anti-Corruption

Corruption has a negative effect on equality, and affects poor people the most. Corruption risks cut across different sectors - from natural resource management to aid, eduation, health and justice.

Our U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre assists donor practitioners in addressing corruption challenges through their development support. U4 offers relevant anti-corruption materials – including our own applied research  through an extensive web based resource centre. U4 also runs in-country workshops and online courses on anti-corruption measures and strategies for our partner agencies and their counterparts. The U4 Helpdesk provides expert answers to questions faced by development practitioners. 

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